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1956 Circle Board 



Editor-in-Chief 



Carol Kelton 



STAFF MEMBERS 



Jaquelin Chase 
Louise Day 
Lynn Dowlin 
Marilyn Emsley 
Nell Eubanks 
Mary Anne Faggiano 
Susan Kauer 



Marjorie Moore 
Eleanor Morgan 
Elizabeth Parker 
Margaret Roth 
Eleanor Rulon-Miller 
Nancy Smith 
Judith Warren 




Now I SEZ 

TO MY SON 

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THE 




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Abbot Academy 

AnDOVER, MASSACHUSETTS 

1956 



TO 
MRS. ALEXANDER H. CRANE 

With the pride of being her first graduating class, 

With the experience of having shared new responsibilities. 

With gratitude for her guidance and inspiration, 

And with love in our hearts, 

We dedicate this yearbook. 




MADEMOISELLE GERMAINE AROSA 



Who has given us her time, counsel, and loyal 
support and who has contributed so much en- 
thusiastic spirit to the class of 1956. 



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MISS ALICE SWEENEY 



An understanding friend and guide on the path 
to knowledge, whose quiet presence will always 
be a part of our Abbot memories. 











Germaine Arosa 

Prix d'excellence de Diction, Paris 



French 



Julia Kathleen Ayre R.N. Resident Nurse 

Graduate of Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto; Post Graduate of Toronto 
Hospital for Consumptives 



Jane D. Baker 

Middlebury College A.B.; Boston University 

Mary Howe Baker (Mrs.) 

Vassar College A.B.; Radcliffe A.M. 

Alice Bissel Blake 

Margaret R. Cassidy 

Vassar College A.B.; Boston University 

Louise Loring Coffin 



English 

Librarian 

Secretarial Assistant 
Mathematics, English 

Biology, Physics 



Radcliffe College A.B.; University of North Carolina, Harvard University 

Hope Coolidge Dietitian, House Superintendent 

Salem College A.B.; Teachers College, Columbia University M.S. 



Howard A. Coon 

Rhode Island School of Design 

Mary Hinkley Crane (Mrs. Alexander) 
Bryn Mawr College A.B. 



Art 



Head Mistress, English 



Marion A. Crozier Chaperone 

Smith College A.B.; M.A. Teachers College, Columbia University 



Marion G. DeGavre (Mrs. Paul C.) 

New Jersey College for Women A.B. 



Latin 















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Mary Elaine Dodge Household Science 

Mount Allison University; McGill University BH.S. 

Gertrude Ehrhart Singing 

Studied with Isidore Luckstone; Solo Appearances With Boston Symphony 
and Handel and Hayden Society 



Dorothea Flint (Mrs. William W.) 
Simmons College; Radcliffe College 



Office Assistant 



Kate Friskin Choral Music, Pianoforte 

Studied at Glasgow Athenaeum, and with Sophie Weisse, 
D.F. Tovey, and Tobias Mathay 



Carolyn Goodwin 

Smith College A.B., M.A. 



Mathematics 



Emily Hale Speech, Drama 

Speech Institute of London; British Drama Summer School; 
University of Wisconsin; Leland Powers School of Drama 
ana Speech, Cornish School of Drama 



Isabel Maxwell Hancock 

Hollins College A.B.; Radcliffe College M.A. 

Mildred A. Hatch 

Boston University A.B. 

Jesse Higgins (Mrs. Roger) 

Franey Jensen (Mrs. Sinding) 

Bombay University A.B.; Graduate of State Gymnastic 
Institute, Copenhagen, and of the Central Gymnastic 
Institute, Stockholm 



Mathematics 
Director of Residence, Latin 

Accompanist 
Physical Education 



Jean E. Johnson 

University of Wisconsin A.B.; University of Hawaii M.A. 



English 



Edith Temple Jones French 

Middlebury College A.B.; McGill University; New York State Teachers 
College; Sorbonne 






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Dorothy Y. Judd Spanish, Physical Education 

William and Mary B.S.; Columbia University M.A. 

Gerda R. Kaatz Administrative Assistant, General Language, Spanish 

University of Kansas City A.B.; University of Illinois M.A.; State University 
of Iowa Ph.D. 



Martha MacLeod (Mrs. Archer A.) R.N. Resident Nurse 

Hartford Hospital School of Nursing; Johns Hopkins Hospital 




Harriet E. McKee 

Vassar College A.B.; Columbia University M.A" 

Mary Nagler (Mrs. Oswald) 

Women's College of the University of North Carolina 

Marjon Bertha Ornstein 

Guildford College A.B.; Middlebury College M.A. 

Donald Outerbridge 

Harvard University A.B. 



Latin, Greek, Ancient History 



Dance 



French 



History of Art 




Dorothy J. Quintal (Mrs. Arthur D.) 

Shirley J. Ritchie 

Trenton State Teachers College B.S. 

Louise Robinson 



Bookstore Manager, Typing 
Physical Education 



Financial Secretary 



Anna Elizabeth Roth American History 

Syracuse University Ph.B.; Radcliffe College M.A.; Ph.D. 







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Hans Sidon Bible 

Universities of Cologne and Bonn; University of Dubuque 
B.D.; Hebrew Union College; Southern Baptist Theologi- 
cal Seminary Ph.D. 

Marjorie F. Stevens (Mrs. Mervin E.) Mathematics 

Boston University A.B.; Simmons College; Harvard University 



Louise Tarr Stockly 

Vassar College A.B.; Columbia University M.A 



Gardner Sutton 

Harvard University A.B. 

Alice Curtiss Sweeney 
Vassar College A.B. 



English 

Assistant Treasurer, Business Manager 
Director of Studies, English 

History 



Jirina Anna Sztacho (Mrs. Adolf S.) 

Charles University of Prague M.A.; Ph.D.; Diploma of 
Grenoble; Certificat of Sorbonne 



Gertrude Tingley Singing 

Studied with Mme. Povla Frijsh, Percy Rector Stephens, Isidore 
Luckstone; Solo appearance with the Boston Symphony 



Eleanor Tucker 

Smith College A.B., M.A. 

Bernice Brainerd (Mrs. Frank B.) 



Chemistry, Mathematics 



Secretary 



Raymond H. Coon Organ, Pianoforte, Theory of Music 

New England Conservatory of Music; Studied with Heinrich Gebhard, 
Boston 

Catherine Jane Sullivan Alumnae Secretary, Remedial Reading 

Wheaton College A.B.; Boston University Ed. M. 










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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Front row: Mrs. Crane, principal; L. Day, president 

Back row: J. Tatman, vice president; C. Kelton, treasurer; M. Roth, secretary. 



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Clear in purpose, 

United we stand, 

Sing proudly '56; 

In friendship join hands; 

Loyal and true in spirit, 

Our thoughts built anew; 

Through faith, hope, guidance, 

We honor the Abbot blue. 




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ELEANOR MARGARET ARCHER 

Saint Paul's School, Concord, New Hampshire 
1953-1956 Peggy 

Piglet. . . Those midnight soliloquies 
. . . Archiebald . . . Stage crew ballet. 
. . Doesn't my Hair curl a little? . . 

Commencement Numerals 4 

Play 3 Senior Play 4 

Fidelio 4 W. U. S. 3 





SUSAN BRADLEY 

Pinewood Acres, Corning, New York 
1952-1956 Bird 



Oiseau . 
You ang 

Heyyy! . . 

A. A. A. Treasurer 4 
A-Society 4 

Bazaar Committee 3 
Corridor 

Proctor 1, 3, 4 

Class Secretary 1 

Fidelio 4 

Head of Lacrosse 3 



For cry in' out loud 

. Magsh says . . . 



GRACE MARY CALLAHAN 

10 Riverside Avenue, Gloucester, Mass. 

1952-1956 Gracie 

Tuesday letters . . . A scissors . . . Down 
with smart roommates . . . Typical Abbot 
Girl . . . Wait for me . . . Gloucester gang! 

Plays 1, 2 W. U. S. 1 

Senior Play 4 



Honor Roll 
Honorable 
Mention 
Numerals 
Plays 

Senior Play 
Stu-G 
Varsity Lacrosse 



1,2 



1, 



1, 



3 
3 
2 
4 
4 
2,3 




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JAQUELIN L'ENGLE CHASE 

Robin Lane, Exeter, New Hampshire 
1954-1956 Jackie 

Exeter, Harvard fiend . . . W. U. S. 

auctions . . . Kube, did you empty 
the waste basket? . . 

Corridor Proctor 3 Honorable 

Honor Roll 3 Mention 4 

W. U. S. 4 Yearbook Staff 4 



VIRGINIA ELIZABETH DAKIN 

33 Winter Street, Plymouth, New Hampshire 

1954-1956 Vidi 

/ don't know, you tell me . . . Mother 

why was I ever born? . . . Oh, bother . . . 

Chins up, dear . . . One medium egg . . . 

Dance Group 4 Head of Chapel 

Senior Play 4 Proctors 4 





LOUISE MORGAN DAY 

Beaumont Road, Devon, Pennsylvania 
1953-1956 Weez 



Squeegie . . . Hi, dear . . . No 
place like Prouts . . . Daddy 



Baby pillow 

A-Society 

Corridor Proctor 2, 
Class President 3, 
Class Treasurer 
Fidelio 
Honor Roll 
Numerals 



That laugh 



3,4 



4 Prom Committee 

3 Sub Varsity 

4 Tennis 
2 Stu-G 
4 Varsity Hockey 2, 3, 4 

2 Varsity Tennis 2 

3 Yearbook Staff 4 



3 
4 



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MARGO de CHOLNOKY 

Butternut Hollow Road, Greenwich, Conn. 
1954-1956 Margs 

You're so cute! . . That contin- 
uous giggle . . Can't we play the 
record player this afternoon? . . . 

Fidelio 3, 4 Sub Varsity 

Sub Varsity Hockey 3 Basketball 3 











NANCY LYNN DOWLIN 
Route 1 Perry Road, Canton, Ohio 

1953-1956 Lynn 

Poor ickle sing . . This place 
is like Grand Central Station . . 
. . . 9:35 P. M. hip roils . . . 

Bazaar Committee 3 Honor Roll 



Commencement 

Play 3 

Fidelio 3, 4 

Honorable 

Mention 2, 3, 4 



3 

3 

2,3 



Numerals 

Plays 

Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4 

W. U. S. 2 

Yearbook Staff 4 



ELIZABETH EMMET EDMONDS 

Reservation Road, Andover, Massachusetts 
1952-1956 Liz 

Leave my fiddle alone! . . My bow 
is unstrung again . . Oh, gee . . . 
What's my French assignment? . . 
Courant 3, 4 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 

Fidelio 3, 4 Varsity Hockey 4 







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MARILYN JUNE EMSLEY 

27 Cheever Circle, Andover, Massachusetts 
1952-1956 Ems 

Boy, did I mess that up! . . Fan clubs . . 
Of course, you've heard of Pat Boone ! ! 
New clothes . . Always eating . . . 

A-Society 4 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 

Bazaar Committee 3 Numerals 2 

Fidelio 3,4 Plays 1,2 

Honorable Mention 2 Yearbook 4 



PHOEBE BECKNER ESTES 

215 Irvine Road, Lexington, Kentucky 

1953-1956 Phoeb 

Did you say Virginia? . . What a 
coincidence . . How 'bout that? . . 
TECHnically speaking . . . 

Bazaar Committee 3 Honorable Mention 3 



Brooks Play 4 

Class President 2 
Commencement 

Play 3 

Fidelio 3, 4 

Honor Roll 3 



Play 2 

Griffin Song Leader 4 
Stu. G. Vice 

President 4 

Stu. G. 2, 4 





NELL ELIZABETH EUBANKS 

Box 41, Lumberton, Mississippi 
1954-1956 Nellie 

Oh, I dread this day . . Ole Miss . . 
Calories and Calisthenics . . Wrapped 



up in a dream . . 

Corridor Proctor 3 

Class Treasurer 3 

Fidelio 3, 4 

Fidelio President 4 



Rhythm 'n blue eyes . . 

Honor Roll 3 

Honorable Mention 3 
Yearbook Staff 4 



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ELAINE EXERJIAN 

18 Bonnie Heights Road, Manhasset, N. Y. 
1952-1956 Lele 

Anybody going to the food store? . . Oh, 
I'm so tired . . Hi ya, keed! . . Boy, I'm 
furious . . Hey, wait for me! . . 

Choir 2, 3, 4 Senior Play 4 

Fidelio 3, 4 Operetta 3 

Plays 2 





MARY ANNE FAGGIANO 

83 Elm Street, Andover, Massachusetts 

1952-1956 Fodge 

I got a letter . . M.A.T.R.F. . . Can 
I have a ride? . . What'cha doin? . . 
Good morning . . . 



A-Society 


3,4 


Head of Tennis 


4 


Bazaar Committee 3 


Honor Roll 


1,3 


D. S. Dance 




Numerals 


2 


Committee 


2,3 


Plays 


1,2 


Fidelio 


4 


Proctor 


2,3 


Honorable 




Varsity Tennis 


4 


Mention 


1, 3 


Yearbook 


4 



FRANCINE FENN 

Church Street, Dorset, Vermont 
1952-1956 Toni 

Anyone for a walk? . . 
500 stamps so far . . 
Well, I'm going to sleep! . . 
A-Society 4 Play 



Bazaar Committee 2 
Corridor 

Proctor 1, 2, 3 

Head of Softball 3 
Numerals 2 



Varsity Softball 
Varsity Tennis 
W. U. S. 
W. U. S. Head 




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JOAN HAMILTON GLIDDEN 

67 Cheever Circle, Andover, Massachusetts 
1952-1956 Joanne 

Bottled sunshine . . Always hungry . . 
Bracelets galore . . Yours? What about 

mine? ! ! . . Glamour girl . . . 

A. C. A. 2 Numerals 2 

A-Society 4 Plays 1, 2, 3 

D. S. Dance Proctor 1, 2 

Committee 4 W. U. S. 3 



BARBARA ARDEN HARRISON 

380 Dogwood Lane, Manhasset, New York 
1953-1956 Babs 

Rabbit . . 4:40 already? . . "The divi- 
sions into classes, my lord, are not artifi- 
cial" . . But I like that wall paper . . 
cheese 'n scallions? . . 
Corridor Proctor 3 Senior Play 4 

Commencement Varsity Soccer 4 

Play 3 





SYDNEY LEWIS HENRIQUEZ 

Box 1661, Vero Beach, Florida 
1953-1956 

Duck . . yes, my lord . . Where 
is my — . . But Sitka isn't on 



Syd 



this map . 


. B 


oullion, anyone? . . 




A. C. A. 






Head of Davis 




Treasurer 




4 


Hall Marshalls 


3 


A. C. A. 




3 


Head of Tennis 


3 


Bazaar 






Numerals 


3 


Committee 




3 


Plays 


2 


Corridor 






Senior Play 


4 


Proctor 


2, 


4 


Sub Varsity 




Dance Group I 


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4 


Basketball 


3 



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BARBARA NATALIE HENRY 

Embassy Apartments. Manilla,. Philippines 
1952-1956 Barbie 

Violins and Uncle Willie . . Have 



I really? . . 


But, 


darlink . . Gee, 




thanx . . . 








A. C. A. 


3 


Fidelio 


3,4 


Corridor 




Honor Roll 


1. 2, 3 


Proctor 


a 
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Orchestra 


2, 3, 4 


Choir 


3,4 


Play 


2 


Courant Editor 


4 


Song Leader 1. 


2,3,4 


Courant Stall 


a 



w. u. s. 


2 








PATRICIA ALLEN HIPPLE 

220 West Water Street. Lock Haven, Penn. 

1954-1956 Hippo 

Hi, dear . . Bunnies . . Any phone 
calls? . . That's the breaks . . I'm in a 

twit . . . 



Bazaar 




Prom 




Committee 


o 



Committee 


3 


Choir 


3,4 


Sub Varsity 




Class President 


3 


Basketball 


3 


Fidelio 


3, 4 


Stu. G 


3,4 


Numerals 


4 


Stu. G Secretary- 


4 






Varsity Soccer 


4 



DEBORA.H HOLBROOK 

601 Poia Place. Sewickly, Pennsylvania 



1953-1956 




Debbie 


How divine 


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Stop it! . . But I 


wanna learn 


how 


to bop . . How're 


ya doin' . . 


Saili) 


ig in Maine . . . 


A-Society 


4 


Honorable 


Bazaar 




Mention 3 


Committee 


3 


Numerals 3 


Choir 


3. 4 


School Song 


Class Treasurer 


3 


Leader 4 


Commencement 




Sub Varsity 


Play 


3 


Hockey 2 


Fidelio 


3, 4 


Varsity Hockev 3 


Honor Roll 


2 






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BARBARA MELICK HURD 

115 Lexford Road, Piedmont, California 

1954-1956 Baba 

The 49'ers have gotta win . . . Are 
you "pau"? . . . Can you bear it . . . 
San Francisco, here I come! . . . 

Courant Staff 4 W. U. S. 4 

Fidelio 4 



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LINDSAY WILSON JOHNSON 

Bay Head, New Jersey 
1952-1956 



Lins 



/ am not a prep day student 1 . . . Heap 
big Griffin . . . I'm all choked up for 
you . . . Down home . . . 



A-Society 


4 


Corridor 




Bazaar Committee 3 


Proctor 1, 2, 


3 


Fidelio 


4 


Numerals 


2 


Griffin Captain 


4 


Plays 


1 


Griffin Cheer 




Senior Play 


4 


Leader 


3,4 


Varsity Basketball 


3 


Honor Roll 


1, 3 


Varsity Lacrosse 


3 


Honorable 




Class Secretary 


1 


Mention 


3 









SUSAN WHEELER KAUER 

Old Barn Road, Fairfield Connecticut 

1953-1956 Sue 

And there I was . . . Hey, Rosebud! 

. . .Oh, for a cheeseburger . . . Don't 

panic, men . . . Sailing . . . 

A. C .A. 3, 4 Yearbook Staff 4 



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CAROL ELEANOR MARY KELTON 

Nutmeg Lane. Westport. Connecticut 
1953-1956 Cemmy 

Hey, you guys . . . Welcome, Marines 
. . . Jane. . . . How come you're so much 
neater than I am? . . . Smash . . . 
Sweet, simple, girlish . . . 

Bazaar Committee A-Society 4 

Head 3 Numerals 3 

Corridor Proctor 2. 3 Stu. G. 4 

Class Treasurer 4 Varsity Archery a 

Fideiio 5, 4 Yearbook Editor 4 





CECILY THOMPSON KEMPER 

1S9 Main Street, Andover. Massachusetts 

1952-1956 Ceci 

Oh, I love Shakespeare . . . Why 

didn't you tell met . . . I'm so glad 

.... How excruciating ! . . . 

A. C. A. 2 Plays 2 

D. S. Dance Proctor 3 

Committee 2, 4 Senior Plav 4 



R\CHEL REVERE KIMBALL 

66 Bartlet Street. Andover. Massachusetts 

1952-1956 Ray 

But why? ... 7 can't bear it . . . 

When in disgrace with fortune and 

men's eyes . . . Shhhhh . . . 



Bazaar Committee 3 

Class Secretary 3 

Class Treasurer 1 
D. S. Dance 

Committee 1. 2 

Fideiio 4 

Head of Archers 3 



D. S. Head 

Honor Roll 

Numerals 

Plays 

Proctor 

Stu. G. 

Varsity Archery 



4 
1. 2. 3 

3 

1, 2 

1, 2. 3 

4 




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SUSAN JACQUELINE KNOX 

339 Ridgewood Avenue, Glen Ridge, N. J. 
1954-1956 Knoxie 

Cold storage for two weeks . . . I'm in 
love . . . Stonington. . . . What a 
hack . . . I'm so stupid . . . That grin 
. . . Diet? Never! . . . 
Honor Roll 3, 4 Rec Room 

Senior Play 4 Committee 4 



ALEXANDRA BUSHNELL KUBLER 

406 Humphrey Street, New Haven Conn. 

1954-1956 Kube 

Alio, Bebe . . . The seven A. M. vocal- 
ist . Onion rings . . .Are you chewing 



gum? . . . Sue 




Ah so! . . . Those 




Siviss garrets . . 


, . 






A. C. A. Vice 




Honorable 




President 


4 


Mention 


4 


Bazaar Committee 


3 


Senior Play 


4 


Choir 


4 


Stu. G. 


4 


Fidelio 3, 


4 


Varsity Tennis 3, 


4 





MOLLIE BENNETT LUPE 


724 Alta, San Antonio, Texas 


1952-1956 


Mollie 


Hey, you all . . . But Texas is the 
biggest . . . Princeton's my first 
choice . . . 


A. C. A. 1 


Honor Roll 1 


Gargoyle Cheer 
Leader 3, 4 


Honorable 

Mention 1 


Class Treasurer 1 


Numerals 2 


Courant Staff 4 


Plays 1, 2 



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ELLEN ANNE MacKINNON 

75 Warren Avenue, Plymouth, Massachusetts 

1954-1956 Ellen 

Heavens, I don't know! . . . I nearly 

died! . . . You're kidding! . . . Kilts 

and bagpipes . . . Oh, really? . . . 

Corridor Proctor 3 Dance Group 4 

Commencement Fidelio 4 

Play 3 Honorable 

Courant Staff 4 Mention 3 





MONA LOUISE MINOR 

407 West Broadway, Danville, Kentucky 
1954-1956 Goldilocks 

Ain't that a shame? . . . Hello, there, 
Cutie . . . Yes, Bess . . . I just cain't do 
it . . . Pitch me the wepaper bas- 
ket . . . 
Fidelio 3, 4 Sub Varsity 

Head of Riding 3, 4 Softball 3 



MARJORIE RAWLS MOORE 

163 Mooreland Road, Kensington, Conn. 
1953-1956 Peg 

Oops . . . Where's Jim? . . . Hey, if I 
get any phone calls, I'll be in the 
library . . . It's not red! . . . Austria 
. . . Make me study, please . . . 



A. C. A. 2, 4 

A-Society 4 

Class Vice 

President 2 

Dance Group 2, 3, 4 
Yearbook Staff 4 



Numerals 3 
Sub Varsity 

Basketball 2 

Varsity Basketball 3 

Varsity Soccer 4 

Head of Soccer 4 




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ELEANOR CATHERINE MORGAN 

817 South Flood Avenue, Norman, Oklahoma 

1954-1956 Ellie 

Oklahoma's top team in the nation 
now . . . That's a real shame . . . Come 
on, LeLe . . . You're breaking my 
heart . . . 

Chairman of 

Music Studio 4 

Corridor Proctor 4 

Choir 3, 4 

Fidelio 3, 4 



Honor Roll 
Honorable 
Mention 
Operetta 
Yearbook Staff 



3 
3 
4 



MARGARET GRANT OLIVER 

Weed Street, New Canaan, Connecticut 

1953-1956 Polive 

Wes . . . Just wait 'til next year . . . 
15c stamps . . . Chrysanthemums . . . 
Some people's children . . . Holm- 
lee .. . 



A. A. A. Secretary 4 
Corridor Proctor 2 
Choir 3, 4 

Class Secretary 2 



Fidelio 3, 4 

Numerals 3 

Play 2 

Varsity Tennis 2, 3 





MARJORIE HALL ORR 

125 Centre Street, Concord, New Hampshire 

1953-1956 Marge 

Emmett . . . You really think so? . . . 
Call from Burlington . . . 'Sped 
so . . . 



A. C. A. 


3 


Numerals 


4 


A. C. A. Secretary 


4 


Stu. G. 


4 


Corridor 




Varsity Soccer 


4 


Proctor 2, 3 


4 


w. u. s. 


2 


Class Treasurer 


2 


Head of Posture 




Fidelio 


4 


Week 


3 



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ELIZABETH HUMPHREYS PARKER 

120 Franklin Street, Denver 18, Colorado 

1953-1956 Bets 

Pun ky 
No, joke 



Oh, you all . . . Trinity 
. . . Come to Colorado! . 



. . . S. S. . . . Gum 
Aspen honeymoon 

A. C. A. 2 

A-Society 4 

Bazaar Committee 3 
Corridor Proctor 2, 3 
Gargoyle Cheer 

Leader 2, 3, 4 

Numerals 3 

Head of Fencing 4 



Efficient? 



2, 



Orchestra 

Plays 

Senior Parlor Head 

Sub Varsity 

Softball 
W. U. S. 2, 3, 4 

Yearbook Staff 4 





PATRICIA ANN PEARCE 

Congress Street, Fairfield, Connecticut 
1954-1956 Patti 

Pearsh, want to go hunting? ...O.K. 

Joe . . . Artists drink their coffee 

black, eh fats? . . . OH, I don't 

know . . . 
A. A. A. 4 Courant Staff 4 

Prom Committee 4 




LESLIA AUGUSTA PELTON 

29 Ten Acre Road, New Britain, Conn. 

1953-1956 Lee 

Hey, zolls . . . Sunday rendezvous . . . 
That look of amazement . . . Walks 
P. A. way . . . Caribbean island . . . 

Corridor Proctor 2 Honorable 



Commencement 

Play 3 

Dance Group 2, 3, 4 
Fidelio 3, 4 



Mention 
Numerals 
Plays 
Senior Play 



2 
3 
2 

4 




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SHEILA SUSAN PRIAL 

85 East Main Street, Fall River, Massachusetts 
1954-1956 Sheil 

Take a positive attitude . . . Foah 
. . . Me? . . . Baked apple . . . Hi, 
Hon! . . . What's this action? . . . 



A. A. A. President 


4 


Honorable 




Bazaar Committee 


3 


Mention 


3 


Class Vice 




Davis Hall 




President 


3 


Marshall 


3 


Commencement 




Honor Roll 


3,4 


Play 


3 


Numerals 


4 


Fidelio 


4 


Stu. G. 


3,4 


Gargoyle Cheer 




Varsity Fencing 


3 


Leader 


4 


Varsity Tennis 


4 



CAROL SHOVE REED 

North Conway, New Hampshire 

1954-1956 C. R. 

Hey kiddies . . . Kemo Savee . . . It 
most certainly is . . . Order blanks on 

my bureau . . . 

A. C. A. President 4 Prom Committee 3 

Corridor Proctor 3 Stu. G. 4 

Fidelio 4 Varsity Basketball 3 

Numerals 4 Varsity Softball 3, 4 





JUDITH ANN ROBBINS 

5700 Woodlawn Avenue, Chicago 37, Illinois 
1955-1956 Judy 

/ haven't the vaguest idea . . . But, 
Miss Hale, I don't want to sound like 
a man . . . 

Senior Play 4 



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MARGARET MARIE MARSH ROTH 

535 Boundary Street, Sewickley, Pa. 



1953-1956 


Mardy 


Let's go to sleep . 
boy . . . Princeton 
look sophisticated? 


. . / want a page 
Tigers . . . Do I 


Corridor Proctor 3 


Prom Committee 3, 4 


Class Secretary 2, 4 
Honorable 


Sub Varsity Hockey 3 
Stu. G. 4 


Mention 2 
Numerals 3 
Plays 2 


Varsity Hockey 4 
Varsity Tennis 3 
Yearbook Staff 4 





MARGARET ROTHWELL 

Nonquitt, Massachusetts 
1952-1956 

Do you have a problem? . 

. . . What do you all think? . . . 

tory couldn't be that bad! . . . 

A-Society 3 Honor Roll 
Bazaar Committee 3 

Class President 1, 2 
Corridor 

Proctor 1, 2, 3 

Courant Staff 4 
Griffin Cheer 

Leader 4 

Fidelio 3, 4 



Peppy 

BeBe 
. His- 



Honorable 

Mention 2 

Numerals 2 

Plays 1 
Stu. G. President 4 

W. U. S. 1 

Varsity Hockey 3, 4 



ELEANOR RULON-MILLER 

135 Conshohoken State Road, Gladwyne, Pa. 

1952-1956 Boat 

Yummy doodle . . Heh, heh . . . The 
amoeba . . . Neither a borrower nor a 
lender be ... I made a boo-boo . . . 



A-Society 2 

Bazaar Committee 3 

Blazer 4 

Corridor Proctor 2 
Commencement 

Play 3 

Fidelio 3, 4 

Head of Hockey 4 
Honorable 

Mention 1 



Numerals 2 

Prom Committee 4 
Plays 1, 2 

Sub Varsity 

Lacrosse 1 

Varsity 

Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 
Varsity 

Lacrosse 2, 3, 4 

Yearbook Staff 4 




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NANCY SARGENT SMITH 

Grantville Road, Westford, Massachusetts 

1952-1956 Smitty 

How the heck are ya? . . . No, seri- 
ously . . . Brooks brother . . . Love 
that art . . . 'Spect so . . . What's the 
scoop? . . . Grubby . . . 

A. C. A. 1 Numerals 2 

Bazaar Committee 3 Plays 1 

Corridor Proctor 1 Stu. G. 1 

Class Vice Yearbook Staff 4 

President 1 



MARY LOUISE STIEGLER 

148 Salem Street, Andover, Massachusetts 

1952-1956 Phoebe 

Ballet . . . What a panic! . . . Always 
acting . . . How long did the history 



take you? 
phreeneeee!!! 

Bazaar Committee 3 
Commencement 

Play 3 

Dance Group 3, 4 
D. S. Dance 

Committee 1, 3 

Honor Roll 2, 3 



Yuk-yuk . . . Skitso- 



Honorable 
Mention 
Plays 
Proctor 
Senior Play 
Dance Head 



1 

1,2 

1, 3,4 

4 

4 





SARAH MALANE SULLIVAN 

Sheerlund Forests, Reading, Pennsylvania 

1952-1956 Sully 

Who took my magazine? . . . What 

a fight! . . . Can live on 300 calories 

a day . . . Casual . . . 



Corridor Proctor 
Courant Staff 
Honorable 
Mention 



2 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 

4 Numerals 3 

Play 2 



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JANE LEA SWEETSIR 

84 River Road, Merrimac, Massachusetts 
1952-1956 Sweets 

Eyes on the new gym . . . Smug smile 



Hi, kid 
. . . Hurry up, 

Maine . . . 

Corridor 

Proctor 1, 2, 4 

Courant Staff 4 

Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 



The Yankee ca-ah 
Grade . . . Down 

Honorable 

Mention 1, 2, 

Varsity Archery 2, 





NANCY LANE SWIFT 

29 Morton Street, Andover, Massachusetts 



1952-1956 










Swifty 


Hey, doll . . , 
It's study hall! 
Is there counci 


, Knee bandages . . 
. . . Cheery grin . 
/ tonight? . . . 




A-Society 
Blazer 


3, 


4 
4 


Fidelio 
Proctor 




3,4 
1,2, 3 


D. S. Treasurer 




4 


Stu. G. 




4 


Numerals 
Plays 
W. U. S. 


1, 


2 
2 
2 


Varsity 
Varsity 


Soccer 
Softbal 


4 
I 3 



JANE STEWART TATMAN 

1007 Lincoln Avenue, Connersville, Indiana 

1953-1956 Janie 

Jose . . . Back in God's country . . . 

C'est la vie . . . Life is an experience 

. . . Climb on my knee little one . . . 

Bazaar Committee 3 Dance Group 2, 3, 4 



Corridor 
Proctor 

Choir 

Class Vice 
President 



Fidelio 3, 4 

2, 3 Numerals 4 

3, 4 Prom Committee 4 

Stu. G. 4 




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GAIL ELIZABETH TITCOMB 

15 Chandler Circle, Andover Massachusetts 
1953-1956 Gail 

Always has the car . . . French . . . 
The red-head . . . Who wants a ride 
home? . . . Sprained my ankle again 
. . . George!! . . . 
Courant 4 Proctor 4 



ANNE BORDEN TRIPP 

Westport Harbor, Massachusetts 

1953-1956 Trippie 

Westport Hahbah . . . Don't I look 

thin? . .. . Simmer . . . Hair with the 

natural curl . . . 



A. A. A. Vice 

President 4 

A-Society 3 
Bazaar Committee 3 

Corridor Proctor 2, 3 
Class Vice 

President 2, 3 



Fidelio 4 

Numerals 3 

Stu. G. 2, 3, 4 

Varsity Hockey 3, 4 

Varsity Tennis 2 

Varsity Softball 3, 4 





GAIL PENNIMAN TURNER 

432 Rowland Road, Fairfield, Connecticut 
1953-1956 Gail 

Oh, goodness . . . But it's a "touch- 
tron" light . . . Well, listen . . . Won- 
derful! . . . Peppermint tea . . . 
A. C. A. 2 Commencement 



Bazaar Committee 3 


Play 


3 


Corridor 


Fidelio 


3, 4 


Proctor 2, 3, 4 


Numerals 


3 


Dance Group 2, 3, 4 







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ANNE TWOMBLY 
396 Main Street North Andover, Massachusetts 
1952-1956 Twom 

What am I going to do? . . This isn't 
funny . . . Gentlemen prefer blond 

bangs . . . 
Hysterics . . . Oh, my heavens . . . 
Please . . . 
A. C. A. 4 Proctor 1 

Honor Roll 1, 2, 3 Senior Play 4 

Plays 1, 2 





MARY POINIER WADSWORTH 

Hidden Harbor, St. Michael's, Maryland 

1953-1956 Willie 

Papa . . . Extended week-end, anyone? . . 

Beautiful, even with her hair in 

a permanent . . . Where's Wickham? . . 

Corridor Proctor 2, 4 Play 2 

Courant Staff 4 



WINIFRED SYLVIA WARD 

Comly Avenue, Port Chester, New York 

1953-1956 Pooh 

Hi, kiddo . . . Passion for mashed 
potatoes . . . Let's go, Gargs! . . . Do 
you send your love to William? . . 

Choir 3, 4 Numerals 3 



Class Secretary 3 

Dance Group 3, 4 
Fidelio 3, 4 

Gargoyle Captain 4 



Play 2 

Varsity Softball 2, 3, 4 
Varsity Hockey 3 







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JUDITH WARREN 

16 Bradford Road, Keene, New Hampshire 
1952-1956 Jude 

Big Jude . . . He's so dear . . . You're 
just being piggy ■ . . But frankly . . . 



Choir 2, 3, 4 

Dance Group 4 

Fidelio 3, 4 

Numerals 3 

Plays 1, 2 



Gargoyle 

Song Leader 4 

Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4 
Yearbook Staff 4 

Operetta 3 






SUSAN STILLMAN WATEROUS 

16 High Street, East Pepperell, Massachusetts 
1954-1956 Susie 

James Mason and cats . . . Tigger . . . 
Slob . . . My diet includes Tiffin . . . Putty- 
face . . . It's near Groton . . . Barefoot 
ballerina; . . 

Corridor Proctor 3 Honor Roll 3, 4 

Dance Group 3, 4 News Head 4 

Fidelio 3, 4 Senior Play 4 





ELLEN PRENTICE WELLES 

Waverly, Pennsylvania 
1953-1956 Wellsey 

P. Q. . . Canada . . . Well, girls, Vm on 
a diet; . . Ice cream cones and J. D's . . . 
Scales, who me? . . Pals in the kitchen . . . 



A-Society 3 

Head of Hiking 4 

Numerals 3 

Basketball Head 4 



Senior Play 4 

Varsity 

Basketball 2, 3, 4 
Varsity Softball 2, 3, 4 



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BARBARA BIGELOW WELLS 

1 Chatham Road, Newton Highlands 16, 
Massachusetts 
1953-1956 Barbie 

Glorious hair . . . Have a sourball? . . . 
Those letters from the west . . . I'm hun- 
gry . . . That giggle . . . 

Corridor Proctor 4 Sub Varsity 

Dance Group 3, 4 Hockey 4 

Numerals 3 Varsity Tennis 3, 4 





BETSEY LOUISE WHITE 

8 Hudson Avenue, Guilford, Maine 
1954-1956 Bets 

You old hen . . . Hi, fatty . . . Well, 
I'm going to see my boy friend . . . 
Shoot, a biddy hen . . . 
Fidelio 3, 4 



SUSAN ADAMS WICKHAM 

1902 Fourth Street, Jackson, Michigan 

1953-1956 Soozie 

Character . . . What do you expect 
with no sun? . . . Really gross . . . 
Pick them up and follow me; . . 

Courant Staff 4 Numerals 4 

Fidelio 3, 4 Varsity Soccer 4 




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ANNE WOOLVERTON 

1305 East Washington Avenue, South. Bend 17, 

Indiana 



1953-1956 


Woolvie 


Just a --, please . . . 


Get those 


birds out of here . 


. . Opal . . . You 


guys . . . Williams, 


anyone? . . 


Corridor Proctor 4 


Numerals 4 


Choir 4 


Plays 2 


Commencement 


Varsity Soccer 4 


Play 3 




Fidelio 3, 4 





mamm 




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*7^e Se*Uo* @tcte& %i4to>ut 

On September 23, 1952, several young and very brave girls entered the gates 
of Abbot Academy. For many it was the first time away from home, but they were 
determined to adapt themselves to the rigorous routine of "prep school" and some- 
how, make themselves a part of it. 

During that long and wonderful year they learned of many things that they 
never knew existed . . . the glories of a CP paper, the taste of hamburgers at 
Ford's, the nervous tension during the first day of exams, the tediousness of 
afternoon study hall, the strangeness at having to serve a meal, the beauty of 
Sunday night vespers. This small class also had some distinctions that were its 
very own . . . the constant record playing and the phoning to Abbey house every 
night that drove the Draper faculty insane. 

The next year many new persons joined the group to make it larger although 
it was split up among Draper, Abbey, Homestead, and Sherman. During the 
year the AAYC was born ... an exclusive organization to which only the most 
important people could belong. Soon the little girls realized that they were grow- 
ing up, the work becoming harder and harder . . . 

The third year brought great happiness to the group as it was again en- 
larged and was at last in unison under the same roof. It was during that year the 
class learned that responsibility went hand in hand with authority and one could 
only be gotten through application of the other. The Abbot bazaar was theirs 
to command and the feeling was wonderful. The year also brought forth many 
talents which were given recognition in the Senior-Mid Talent Show. With 
Jane Austen out of the way, the month of June appeared around the corner and 
the final year became more than a dream to that little group that started out so 
long ago. 

The first realization of being seniors swept over them as they found them- 
selves in the Senior Parlor — their very own. Next came the Senior Picnic, where 
mingled with sand, seaweed, and cigarette smoke, they received the material 
symbol of all the work, happiness, distress, defeat, and excitement of life at 
Abbot. They were nostalgically reminded of the bad times and the glad times 
as Mrs. Crane called out the names to present the rings. 

Soon they swung into the routine and forgot to pinch themselves to be 
sure that the figures on the foreboding platform in the traditional Abbot blue 
blazers were actually their classmates, the same girls who in the years before 
had been sitting in the back rows of the chapel listening to the student council 
lead its opening meeting. 

All too soon came Intervale and the Senior Prom and finally — graduation. 
The little group felt strangely quiet as they walked back down the aisle of 
South Church for the last time, realizing that a very special part of their lives 
was over and the time had come to leave Abbot, taking with them the wonderful 
things they had learned. 



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Front row: E. Roulon-Miller 

Second row: W. Ward, L. Day, M. Emsley. S. Henriquez, M. Moore, L. Johnson, M. Rothwell, 

K. Earthrowl 
Third row: M. Ganem, F. Fenn, M. Faggiano, J. Glidden, S. Prial, S. Bradley, A. Tripp, M. 

Lupe, M. Carter, L. Wooldredge, C. Gaines 
Back row: N. Swift, E. Welles, M. Roth, E. Parker, M. Oliver. 



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In the midst of a blinding snowstorm the senior class, accompanied by 
Emmett, arrived at Intervale. On the slopes of Cranmore Mountain the 
"snow bunnies" learned to stay on their feet and watched with envy the 
pros "shushing" down from Halfway House. The ice rink and toboggan 
slope attracted many of the brave outdoor girls. At night sitting lazily 
around the fire at Russell's, the group sang favorite songs and listened to 
Mrs. Crane read the story of "Richard Brown and the Dragon." The Inter- 
vale song became part of their "mountaintop memories" and expressed 
their feelings about this unforgettable experience as a senior class. 





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Our three day Prom was a grand success, thanks to the efforts of Janie Tat- 
man, the Prom committee, and all involved. The first dates arrived Friday night 
to see Candida, a play put on by Brooks and Abbot, and to dance afterwards in 
the new gym. 

At a picnic lunch Saturday the seniors discovered Baronial, and the senior- 
mids frequented Ford's. The gym was popular during the afternoon and attracted 
many sports enthusiasts. 

That night the couples danced to the music of Harry Marshard and were 
entertained by the Senior Octet and the Andover 8-'n-l. The musical decorations 
of the jazz theme lent the finishing touches to a wonderful and melodious evening. 

Noon Sunday arrived all too soon. Many were the sorrows as the cars left 
the gates but many the memories gained from this great week-end. 



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First Term Officers: K. Jones, C. Gaines, M. Gan- 
em, M. Pearce 



Second Term Officers: H. Guthrie, L. McLaughlin, 
A. Luquer, E. Horan 



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Back row: L. Sulzbacher. L. Green, D. Smith, E. Meyer, L. McLaughlin, A. Gramkow, P. 

Post, N. Davison, S. Rairdon, M. Pearce, H. Guthrie 
Middle row: A. Bowden, G. Oddy, E. Parker, L. Lehman, S. Wiles, P. Brennan, S. Christy, C. 

Dickson, S. Lawrence. 
Front row: K. Jones, K. Earthtrowl, D. Halowell, M. Carter, J. Botnick, H. Hamilton, F. Young, 

V. Ogden 



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Back row: C. Curry, E. Horan, D. Tillson, M. Buckley, C. Erickson, N. Cooper, J. Goodspeed, 

M. Colby, N. Ruhlin, J. Partridge, D. Dane 
Middle row: P. Bijur, J. Medwed, L. Cornwall, C. Gaines, A. Luquer, C. McGuire, C. Cooper, 

L. Wooldredge, E. Leech 
Front row: J. Pelletier, J. Bradley, M. Wellman, P. Slifer, B. Bradley, E. Edmonds, J. McLean, 

M. Ganem. 



Dear Seniors, 

We find it especially difficult to end such a wonder- 
ful year, because we realize that next year you will 
not be here to guide us as you have done in the past. 

It has been a memorable experience to have our 
whole class together sharing the many privileges that 
come with being upperclassmen. The year has been 
lull of exciting events. In the fall we had fun putting 
on the variety show and discovering budding talent. 
It was a thrill to march in with our class sweaters, 
having the class united by a common color. The three 
day prom, the bazaar, our play ... all these served 
to make this year such a successful one. 

We only hope that we will be able to live up to 
the high example which you have set for us as a senior 
class. 

With love and wishes for success, 

The Senior Mid Class 




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First Term Officers: P. Grant, E. Artz, J. New, M. Savage. 



Second Term Officers: N. Dick, A. Moulton, J. Gronblad, E. 
Gardner. 



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Back row: C. Gomez, L. Vandeveer, S. Slater, P. Sherman, E. Gardner, S. Bensen, A. Daley, A. 

Bossi, H. Gray, M. Savage 
Middle row: M. Welch, S. Moore, B. Black, L. Wheeler, N. Colby, P. Grant, K. Taggard, J. 

Finger 
Front row: A. DiClemente, J. Callahan, R. Gray, J. Christie, R. Ozoonian, N. Stevenson, J. 

New, K. Lockwood. 




Back row: A. Moulton, B. Davidson, E. Taft, F. Owsley, R. Granger, I. Stahlbrand, A. Nielsen, 

P. Grant, S. Lawrence, S. Severance, F. White 
Middle row: F. Lindbeck, N. Dick, V. Matthews, S. Thrall, C. Worcester, P. Parrish, J. 

Gronblad, C. Greene, S. Tidd 
Front row: E. Artz, S. Gomez, J. Hamilton, J Shanklin, C Sandberg, J. Hart, P. Ellice, M. 

O'Connor. 




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Because this year presented new problems, new fun, and 
new challenges, we cannot help but review the times we 
had as juniors. Collecting cancelled stamps, swooning over 
boys, hating to get up in the morning, and finishing our 
walks . . . 

The class gathering last fall in a "Parisian Cafe" wit- 
nessed an overflow of laughter and pure enjoyment, as did 
corridor and house parties thrown for ever)' imaginable 
occasion. "Today we eat, tomorrow we diet!" "Ye gads, 
long pants!" We were daily customers of Ford's and faith- 
ful subscribers to the "Phillipian". Our families had their 
doubts about weekly allowances, with distractions like W. 
U.S., the snack bar and the Co-op gnawing disastrous holes 
in our pockets. 

There were many other interesting activities in our year. 
The class presentation of Twelfth Night was excellent and 
great fun for everyone. Other memories include a prom 
weekend at the big school, the tea dances at Brooks, and 
the excitement of the first day of skiing. Our remember- 
ances all vary, but never will the unity we felt as a class 
be forgotten — - the unity of the class of '58. 



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First Term Officers: C. Hitch, K. Sides, J. 
Roundy, C. Nichols. 



Second Term Officers: J. Galipeau, A. lams, 
G. Barton, S. Wholey. 



In the confusion of meetings and new experiences our class of fifteen board- 
ers and fifteen day scholars became part of Abbot. Facing the new work, we 
eventually learned how to take it and eventually learned how to do it. 

We became acquainted with the walk system and the school on the hill, and 
especially enjoyed the "Mixer" with P. A. in the fall. At Christmas we put on 
the traditional play "Saint George and the Dragon", breaking tradition by pre- 
senting it "in the round." 

Many were the good times that we had on the corridors of Abbey; new fun 
combined with new work to make this a wonderful year. We hope, in the coming 
years as we grow in size and age, that the class of '59 will break all records. 




Front row: M. Bernstein, L. Onthank, H. Hein, S. Calnan, S. Wholey, C. Jones, J. Galipeau, 

F. Gritchley, C. Clements. 
Middle row: J. Roundy, J. Simpson, S. Founder, E. Taylor, L. Smith, N. Startt, A. lams, J. 

Marvel, A. Grew, B. Harriman. 
Back row: J. Kohl, M. Dickson, S. Bradley, D. Pierce, E. Greene, G. Barton, C. Hitch, K. Sides, 

C. Nichols, B. Quimby, E. Kellogg. 



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Back row: J. Tatman, A. Tripp, A. Rubier, N. Swift 
Front row: C. Reed, R. Kimball, P. Hippie, M. Roth- 
well, P. Estes, S. Prial, L. Day 




Student tfoverutmettt 



No organization can function without the full support of every member. 
We, the Student Government Council, have felt and deeply appreciated the 
cooperation of the whole school this year. Student Government is an important 
part of every girl's life from the time she enters Abbot until she leaves. We value 
highly the sense of honor achieved under Stu-G and recognize it as a lasting 
quality which will guide us through life. 

We extend our thanks to Mrs. Crane, and to every member of the Student 
body for their continued support. To them does the Student Government belong, 
and its success is their gain. 




Back row: M. Ganem, K. Sides, M. Pearce, A. Woolverton, L. McLaughlin, E. Gardner, A. 

Rubier, N. Swift, C. Hitch, M. Savage, A. Luquer, L. Artz 
Front row: L. Day, C. Reed, S. Prial, P. Hippie, M. Rothwell, P. Estes, R. Kimball, A. Tripp, 

J. Tatman 



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The Abbot Christian Association has not 
only been our spiritual guide here at Abbot, 
but has taken its Christian spirit to many 
needy people far outside the immediate 
realm. Every doll for the Hindman Settle- 
ment looked spectacularly original, and the 
many donations to worthy charities were 
greatly appreciated. At Christmas time A. 
C.A. gave a party for the underprivileged 
children of Andover, each child receiving 
his own gift. 

The year of A.C.A. activities at Abbot 
itself began with a bang-up Old Girl-New 
Girl party; both the Wednesday morning 
chapel services and the Sunday night vesper 
service conducted by the officers of the A.C. 
A. proved to be truly inspirational. In every 
way, every day, the Abbot Christian Associ- 
ation has played an important part in our 
lives here at school. 




A.C.A. Representatives: 

Front row: N. Stevenson, N. Startt, A. Moulton, M. Orr, S. Kauer, 
P. Pearce, L. Lehman, E. McGuire 

Back row: A. Twombly, J. Hamilton, J. Christie, H. Guthrie, P. Sher- 
man, C. Reed, P. Moore, S. Henriquez, A. Kubler. 



rftfot @6ni4ti€ut rfwociatuM 








AC A. Officers: M. Orr, S. Henriquez, C. Reed, A. Kubler 



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Back row: A. Woolverton, A. Gramkow, A. Kubler, M. Pearce, S. Rairdon, J. Goodspeed, M. 

Oliver, W. Ward, J. Tatman 
Front row: E. Morgan, B. Henry, P. Hippie, C. Gaines, E. Exerjian, D. Holbrook, T. Warren 




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Fifth row: L. Dowlin, A. Woolverton, E. Meyer, S. Prial, J. Goodspeed, P. Estes, A. Kubler, M. 

deCholnoky, A. Tripp, R. Kimball, E. MacKinnon 
Fourth row: M. Colby, M. Faggiano, M. Archer, L. McLaughlin, A. Gramkow, S. Rairdon, L. 

Pel ton, M. Emsley 
Third row: M. Oliver, W. Ward, S. Bradley, E. Rulon-Miller, L. Day, J. Tatman, A. Luquer, L, 

Sulzbacher, C. Kelton, H. Guthrie, C. Gaines, G. Turner, N. Swift, M. Pearce 
Second row: M. Orr, D. Holbrook, S. Waterous, S. Wickham, E. Morgan, P. Bijur, K. Earth- 

rowl, V. Ogden, K. Jones, L. Johnson, E. White, B. Hurd, M. Rothwel) 
First row: B. Henry, E. Horan, E. Edmonds, E. Exerjian, J. Warren, N. Eubanks-president, M. 

Ganem, H. Hamilton, P. Hippie, S. Christy, C. Reed 
Missing: M. Minor. 



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Abbot-Brooks Concert 



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Shortly after the list of the Fidelio mem- 
bers is posted early in the fall, melodies 
echo from Abbot Hall and ring out across 
the circle. Another year of music and fun 
has begun. A repertoire for winter and 
spring projects must be prepared, and there 
are concerts and dances with Brooks, Ex- 
eter, and Andover. Flat notes must be 
changed. Success comes as a result of the 
splendid instruction and remarkable pa- 
tience of Miss Kate Friskin. As commence- 
ment approaches and finally arrives, each 
girl becomes aware of a rewarding exper- 
ience and recognizes individual growth in 
music appreciation, directed by her par- 
ticipation in Fidelio activities. 




The Madrigals 



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Front row: M. Emsley, E. Parker, P. Moore, N. Smith, C. Kelton, 

L. Dowlin, E. Morgan, L. Day, M. Faggiano 
Back row: J. Chase, S. Kauer, E. Rulon-Miller, M. Roth, N. Eubanks, 

J. Warren 



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From the moment it was announced that we were on the 
yearbook staff, through the hectic deadlines, to the frenzied dis- 
tribution of the Circle at Commencement time, the struggling 
hours spent working on the yearbook have been incomparable 
ones. With the enthusiasm of Miss Baker and the emphasis that 
our book must be a "tremendous" one, with Emmett prompting 
us, we made the dummy. We have memories of those Wednesday 
afternoons in Homestead and those extra meetings called because 
of "mucho work to be done, kiddies!" There have been those 
many frantic moments when we were sure we would never get 
everything arranged, fitted, and in order in time to send to the 
publisher. Our task was spurred on by Emmett's and Cemmy's 
spirit and personalities. The yearbook has been an adventure 
for all of us — an exciting and marvelous one! 






Back row: E. MacKinnon, G. Titcomb, B. Henry, Editor first term; S. Sullivan, Editor second 

term; L. Green, E. Parker 
Front row: P. Wadsworth, M. Lupe, B. Hurd, S. Wickham, P. Pearce, E. Edmunds 
Missing: J. Sweetsir. 



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Every Wednesday afternoon we members of the Courant board 
gathered in our fourth floor "studio". Armed with pencils and determi- 
nation, we discussed the qualities and demerits of the week's contri- 
butions. With the valuable help and suggestions from our advisor 
Mrs. Stockly and with Miss Sweeney's constant support, we collected 
material to send to the press. After seemingly endless proof-reading, 
relief and pride were echoed by all when we presented our final 
result. It was truly a choice anthology of the best literary efforts of the 
student body. 





Back row: E. Gardner, F. Fenn, head of W.U.S; E. Parker 

Middle row: B. Black, C. Hitch, P. Grant, S. Christy 

Front row: B. Hurd, F. White, J. Kohl J. Chase, J. Bradley J. McLean. 



7{J<ntct ItvUow&itcf Senvice 



Abbot has been a member of the World University Serv- 
ice tor some years. Our object is to raise money which will 
be used in foreign countries to better education and health 
programs. The Abbot girls join together to raise this money 
by doing table jobs and by collecting articles left in the 
recreation rooms which the owner can get back for a small 
fee. Through this organization we help others to obtain the 
things which we are so lucky to have at Abbot. 




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The Drama Class consists of the girls who do not 
necessarily have great talent but who do have a real 
interest in and an enthusiasm for acting. 

For the Commencement play the class chose The 
Admirable Crichton by James Barrie which was a great 
success according to the response of the audience. 

In December they presented a superb interpretation 
of scenes from Victoria Regina. It was a difficult choice, 
but everyone did an excellent job. 

With the patience and understanding help of Miss 
Hale, all had fun and learned something about the 
theater during rehearsals and exciting performances. 
No one will ever forget her dramatic experiences at 
Abbot. 




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Miss Judd, Mrs. Nagler, Mrs. Jensen 
Miss Ritchie 




S. Prial, P. Oliver, A. Tripp, S. Bradley 



The Abbot Athletic Association's main purposes are to create an interest 
in the athletic program at school and to cultivate in all the girls a sense of fair 
play and sportsmanship. 

As each student enters Abbot, she is given the privilege of membership in 
the association. Along with the privilege, however, goes the responsibility of 
every member to uphold the standards of the Association at all times. By doing 
this, every girl can be a sport without being an athlete, and the purpose of 
the Abbot Athletic Association is attained. 




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TEAM CAPTAINS 

Caesar, L. Johnson, Lister, W. Ward 



GARGOYLE CHEERLEADERS 

M. Lupe, C. Green, E. Parker, W. Ward S. Prial, 
J. Hamilton, J. Bradley 



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This year has been wonderful in the field of 
athletics. Everyone has worked hard to gain 
points and honor for her team, green or orange. 
On the athletic fields the first and fourth teams 
alike, spurred on by the cheering sidelines, 
demonstrated sportsmanship and skill to the ut- 
most. 

Under the able leadership of Winnie and 
Lindsay, the teams showed equal talent and 
enthusiasm although only one team could win. 





SONG LEADERS 
J. Warren, D. Holbrook, P. Estes 



GRIFFIN CHEERLEADERS 

K. Earthrowl, M. Carter, M. Spurgeon, L. Johnson, 
C. Gaines, D. Hallowell, M. Rothwtll 



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GARGOYLE HOCKEY TEAM 

Front row: W. Ward 

Second row: M. Ganem, D. Holbrook, C. Greene, L. 

Wooldredge, J. Bradley 
Third row: L. Sulzbacher, A. Tripp, E. Welles, M. Roth, 

M.de Cholnoky, A. Moulton 



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With all the enthusiastic walkers, the climactic 
excitement of the field days, and the gym meet 
this year for the Gargoyles certainly has been 
a busy and eventful one. However, there is no 
one on our team as "high and mighty" as our 
spotted mascot, Lister! His faithful appearance 
on all three Gargoyle and Griffin days has spurred 
us on to greater and more victories, and the spirit 
shown by all has made this year tops in every 
way. 




GARGOYLE TENNIS TEAM 

Front row: M. A. Faggiano, C. Erickson, T. Fenn 
Second row: L. Dowlin, S. Prial 




GARGOYLE SOCCER TEAM 

Front row: R. Ozoonian, C. Cooper, L. Lehmann, M. 

Moore, L. Onthank 
Second row: A. DiClementi, S. Calnan, N. Startt, P. 

Parrish, J. Partridge, S. Lawrence. 



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With the shield as our goal and Caesar 
to spur us on, every Griffin tried with all 
her might to win. Walks were taken with 
zest, and stamps collected diligently. Those 
days when the orange and green teams met 
on the athletic fields were days when every 
girl donated her share to the spirit of the 
whole team, whether she participated in 
the game or sat on the sidelines and cheered. 
The pep and sportsmanship demonstrated 
by all has aided in the gaining of a year of 
fine memories for the Griffins. 




GRIFFIN HOCKEY TEAM 

M. Rothwell, A. Bowden, P. Wadsworth, E. Rulon- 
Miller, M. Oliver, E. Meyer, C. Gaines, L. Corn- 
wall, M. Carter, B. Wells, E. Edmonds, L. Day. 





GRIFFIN SOCCER TEAM 

First row: B. Harrison, E. Exerjian, P. Hippie, L 

Wheeler. 
Second row: D. Smith, S. Wickham, A. Woolverton. 
Third row: J. New, G. Titcomb, N. Swift, M. Orr, 

D. Tillson. 



GRIFFIN TENNIS TEAM 

K. Earthrowl, S. Fournier, C. Worcester, E. Horan, 
A. Kubler. 



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Back row: K. Earthrowl, S. Wholey, V. Ogden, E. Kellogg, L. Green, E. MacKinnon, L. Pelton, 
M. Steigler, F. Young, M. Pearce, M. Wellman, F. White, J. Shanklin, H. Hein, J. Warren 

Front row: V. Dakin, B. Wells, S. Henriquez, S. Waterous, J. Tatman, B. Bradley, G. Turner, 
D. Hallowell, J. Hamilton, M. Moore. 



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From initiation to Fall Field Day everyone played 
her hardest and with the best of sportsmanship. Soc- 
cer, being newly introduced, added to the variety of 
sports. We then turned to the new gym, which held 
in store a new and thrilling prospect for everyone. The 
roller skating parties were popular with all, as were 
basketball, fencing, and modern dance. Regretfully 
we left the gym, but with the anticipation of spring's 
athletics. We ran out to the fields, courts, track, and 
range. The sport's year was brought to a close with 
the attendance of two inspired teams at last chapel and 
the awarding of the shield. 





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Antoinette Taylor Hall Infirmary 





Abbot Hall and John Esther Art Gallery 



McKeen Building 



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Maple Walk 





John Esther Art Gallery 



Sherman House 




Abbey House 




And look, and look, and look . . . 





Those glorious days in study hall 



That rare moment of relaxation 





Now, let's all close our notebooks 



Studying? 



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CONGRATULATIONS 




TO THE 
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GOOD LUCK 


DR. and MRS. 


TO 1956 


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COMPLIMENTS OF 




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by Sally Bodwell 

Telephone Andover 1996 for 

a charming place to eat a most 

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ON HIGHWAY 28 
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by 

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GOOD WISHES TO THE 
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Bahamas 




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NATIONAL BANK 


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Member 


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Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 






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ESTABLISHED 1892 

MEMBERS OF PRINCIPAL EXCHANGES 

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ESTABLISHED 1920 

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Compliments of 



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"Real education must ultimately 
be limited to men who insist on 
knowing; the rest is mere sheep- 
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Compliments of a Sheep 



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CONGRATULATIONS 



and 



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from 



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GOOD LUCK 



1956 



Compliments of 



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1956 


COMPLIMENTS 


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FRIEND 


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Compliments 


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of 


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and 



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to the 



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Andover, Massachusetts 




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Sundays 12:00-8:00 P.M. 

Telephone 903 
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BABY PICTURE KEY 



PAGE 68 

M. Moore 
N. Smith 
C. Reed 
B. Hurd 
N. Swift 

B. Henry 

P. Wadsworth 

C. Kelton 
N. Eubanks 
E. MacKinnon 
M. Roth 

J. Chase 
M. Rothwell 
L. Johnson 
P. Hippie 
J. Tatman 



PAGE 69 

B. Harrison 

E. Rulon-Miller 

F. Fenn 

G. Callahan 
P. Estes 

J. Warren 
S. Henriquez 
M. Lupe 
S. Wickham 
A. Woolverton 
L. Dowlin 
S. Knox 
D. Holbrook 
J. Robbins 
W. Ward 
G. Turner 



PAGE 70 

S. Bradley 
L. Day 
M. Minor 
E. Morgan 
S. Waterous 
B. White 
P. Pearce 
S. Kauer 
B. Wells 
V. Dakin 
B. Parker 
S. Prial 
E. Exerjian 
S. Sullivan 
A. Tripp 
A. Kubler 



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J. Sweetsir 
E. Welles 
M. Orr 
L. Pelton 
E. Edmonds 
M. Oliver 
A. Twombly 
R. Kimball 
J. Glidden 
G. Titcomb 
Emmett 
M. Archer 
M. L. Steigler 
M. Faggiano 
M. Emsley 
M. deCholnoky 




. We are happy 
to have been a part 
in preserving todays events 
for your memories tomorrow 



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